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  1. 1961 B-61 Mack delivering a 1928 AC Mack in 2001 to Gap Pennsylvania.
  2. The move was from Winslow to Atlantic County Fire Training Center with our Oshkosh Q50 and Ole12 with some help from Rodman Middleton Jay Loader and my father.
  3. That's my grandfather's writing on this picture of them leaving for Washington DC on their honeymoon around 1926. That's Rt40 looking west in front of our garage.
  4. This is from when he went to Sweeney Automobile School in Kansas City Missouri in 1918 and the note he wrote on the back cover. Another piece of history we are fortunate to have.
  5. All the tires and wheels were burned off of it. A Wrecker was hooked to each end and carried it to our yard.
  6. 2020 Peterbilt 337, Engine : 300HP, Transmission : Allison Automatic NRC 10TB-21.6′, Galvanized Bed, Sub Frame & Axle Lift 2 x 70″ In The Ditch Toolboxes, Federal Signal Allegiant Light Bar 8,000 LBS Winch, Lodar Remote, Roller Recovery Guide, Spades2020 Additional options available, will customize to your liking! Contact Battelini Sales, 856-364-0114
  7. Our 1969 International 1600 Loadstar with a Holmes carrier we built in 1976.
  8. Photo's taken at the American Historical Truck Society National convention in Valley Forge Pa.
  9. April 1st 1985 was my first trip to Los Angels California with my good friend Pete DiGiovanni we covered 12,000 miles in 18 days. It was an experience of a lifetime for a 24 year old kid that never really left Landisville New Jersey till that day. Good times.
  10. My grandfather Alesio Battelini in 1950 in front of the original garage with his fishing buddies and his prized drum fish hanging off our 1940 Ford.
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